Oaxaca

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Quinta Real Oaxaca
9
10 reviews
Oaxaca’s priciest hotel... in the beautifully converted sixteenth-century Ex-Convento de Santa Catalina. — Rough Guide
Casa Oaxaca
8
7 reviews
This chicly renovated adobe and stone hotel is centered around a traditional Oaxacan courtyard with pomegranate trees and a tiled pool. — Condé Nast Traveler
Hotel Las Golondrinas
7
5 reviews
Tidy, pristine rooms in an old colonial house, each with separate reception area and bathroom. The main draw is the gorgeous, flower-filled courtyard where breakfast is served. — Rough Guide
Casa Bonita Hotel Boutique and Spa
7
3 reviews
Nestled in a calm residential neighborhood, upscale Casa Bonita is a private residence turned boutique hotel offering just five rooms in European-inspired surrounds — Oyster
Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles Spa
7
5 reviews
Located in a quiet residential area north of the city center, this luxury getaway was once a hacienda. — DK Eyewitness
Hotel La Casona De Tita
7
3 reviews
Not well known, this small, quiet hotel with a high standard of service sits on a cobbled street just outside the very heart of the city, offering a taste of old-fashioned elegance. — Fodor's
Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa
7
2 reviews
Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa is a three-and-a-half-pearl all-inclusive property with a lovely beachside setting outside of Tangolunda — Oyster
Hotel Casa Vertiz
7
2 reviews
This is a small courtyard hotel in a good location. Rooms are medium size and come with either one or two queen-size beds. — Frommer's
Hotel Casa Arnel
7
3 reviews
Less than 1km...from the zócalo, this lodging, located in a quiet neighborhood, offers good value. ... Most rooms are plain but comfortable. — Frommer's
Casa de Las Bugambilias B&B
7
3 reviews
Delightful Bugambilias has nine rooms decorated with inspired combinations of antiques and folk and contemporary art. — Lonely Planet
Villas Carrizalillo
7
1 review
Perfect for those in search of a little solitude, these private, tile-roofed villas cling to a cliff above the gorgeous beach for which they were named. — Fodor's
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Casamar Suites Hotel
7
1 review
This oasis of greenery offers charming suites arranged around a free-form swimming pool and lush gardens inside a gated complex near La Punta — Fodor's
Gecko Rock Resort
7
1 review
Imagine staying at the stylish beach home of good friends, and you’ll get a sense of the vibe at this small adults-only hotel near the tidal pools of Agua Blanca. — Fodor's
Hotel Escondido, Puerto Escondido, a Member of Design Hotels
7
3 reviews
20km outside of Puerto Escondido...the 16 traditional palapa-style lodges comprise cooling thatched roofs made from dried palm leaves and are designed purely with sun, sea and surf in mind. — Wallpaper
Mision de los Arcos
7
1 review
Everything about this Spanish colonial–style hotel is luxurious—except for the rates. — Fodor's
Oaxaca Ollin
7
1 review
On a quiet street near Santo Domingo church, this peaceful little B&B is large on hospitality and comforts, including a great breakfast and free Wi-Fi. — Fodor's
Hotel Casa del Sotano
7
5 reviews
Just two blocks from Santo Domingo, this smart, modern hotel retains a traditional feel with folk-art flourishes and comfy rooms, all with a/c... Some are very small, so ask to see a few first. — Rough Guide
Casa Angel Hostel
7
1 review
Deservedly popular, Casa Ángel is run by a friendly, helpful young team and kept scrupulously clean. — Lonely Planet
La Betulia Bed and Breakfast
7
1 review
The good-sized, uncluttered rooms here have an appealing contemporary feel with simple, harmonious color schemes and photos of Oaxaca valleys scenes. — Lonely Planet
Hotel Victoria
7
1 review
High above the downtown area, the Hotel Victoria offers that rare combination of actual proximity with the feeling of distance. And you're only a couple of minutes away on the hotel's shuttle bus. — Frommer's
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